Addicks boss Lee Bowyer is still focused on a spot in the top two of Sky Bet League One this season.
Charlton currently sit in fifth, eight points behind second-placed Barnsley, with 12 games to go and Bowyer wants his team to be in a place to capitalise should the teams above them keep dropping points.
The Addicks and Sunderland were the only two teams in the top seven to win last Saturday and speaking ahead of this weekend's game against sixth-placed Doncaster Rovers he said: "We’re still pushing for top two. Teams have been dropping points and there will be more points dropped before the end of the season. It’s in the top two’s hands, but if they slip, I want us to be in a position to take advantage.
"Play-offs is the least I’m expecting for my side. We’ve played everybody and I’m not afraid of any of the teams."
The Addicks beat AFC Wimbledon 2-1 on Saturday with Naby Sarr getting Charlton's first with a well-placed free kick. The centre-half has become a first-team regular thanks to some fantastic individual performances and Bowyer said: "I’m over the moon for Naby. He’s a very good player and has improved so much – he’s more physical now and a bit more nasty. We also have a superb goalie on the bench (Chris Maxwell) who can’t get in because Dillon has been superb. That’s how football works."
Igor Vetokele netted the stoppage time winner on Saturday and Bowyer said: “Igor has such an opportunity in front of him. He and Josh Parker should be champing at the bit to take that place alongside Lyle. I want someone to stand up and take that opportunity."
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